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WILLIAMSPORT, PENNSYLVANIA 
PRESENTS 

MONTAGE 76 



VOLUME IX 







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FOREWORD 



1976! What a landmark year! The country celebrated its 200th birthday at the biggest 
party of the century. WACC celebrated its 11th year as a community college. The country 
had a presidential election in process. An Olympic year, a great year. 

This ninth edition of The Montage is not going to dwell on the past, however. It is intended 
to capture one year at WACC in pictures; so in future years you may look back and recall 
people and events and scenes. 



CONTENTS 



DEDICATION 



ACADEMICS 



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CAMPUS SCENE 75 



SPORTS 



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FACULTY 



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GRADUATES 



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DEDICATION 



For 76 The Montage asked the 
graduates to nominate people for this 
dedication. Many names were sub- 
mitted; these five teachers were 
elected. 

Many reasons were given but one kept 
reappearing: concern for the indivi- 
dual student. This concern is now 
returned as your students salute you. 



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GEORGE P. WOLFE 



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2 Parkes Automotive 

3 Airport 

4 The Shops 




THE CAMPUS 



1976 found us in a diverse, colorful, 
conglomeration of buildings. Beautiful on 
the long, fall afternoons; bleak on cold, rainy 
days. And while there were jokes about the 
campus, there was never any denying the 
excitement and activity that went on in- 
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DESIGN WINNERS ' 

FIRST. NeilSardinas 
SECOND. BenKneller 

PHOTO AWARDS 

Dave Shipe 



Von Shoemaker 
Pat Pahira 
Deb Neidlinger 



Chris Nicolosi 
Joyce Shipman 



CONTEST WINNERS 

MONTAGE 76 SPONSORS COVER 
DESIGN AND PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST. 



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COVER DESIGNS 



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DIESEL 
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Right. Mike Deckman, Bill Curry, Sam Driver, Steve 
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Opposie Page: 

Mr. Jack Mirto inspects tail light. 

Frank Angelo and Robert Guilds. 



Left. Mr. Marlin Roush checks Donald Gene- 
ski and Criag Eichelberger. 

Top. Lenny Snellick, Bill Tuttle, Mr. Brown. 

Below. Edward Wagner and Mr. Brown. 

Corner Left. Snellick and Tuttle. 






SECRETARIAL 
SCIENCE 

Top: Mr. Hillen in class. 

Top Right: Cathy Hower checks Glenda Bierly's typing. 

Above: Secretaries Marjorie Staman and Beth Fruit sharpen 
their skills. 

Right: Popular teacher Mrs Cowling makes a point in typing 
class. 




BUSINESS 



Above: Roger Chilson checks out an accounting problem. 

Above Right: Tom Beard in Business Machine class. 

Right: Claude Caroway calculates the profit from a business 
club activity. 

Below: A meeting of the officers of the Business Club. Chris 
Hinkle, Tom Leitzel, Claude Caroway, Gene Kilgus, and Mr. 
Paul Goldfeder. 




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Top: Terry Schnarrs checks the Univac console sheet. 

Top Right: Dan Spotts loads the card reader. 

Above: Ed Gramling and Deb Brown check out a program 
with operator Bellott. 

Above: Terry changes a magnetic disk. 

Right: Lorena Hopper concentrates on the Univac console. 



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Above: news hawks Ann Carey covers her beat. 

Top Right: Student Pahira and Greg Braber visit the Grit to 
see an advertising department first hand. Wesley S. Dodge shows 
the pair an advertising "slick". 

Right: Steve Moll gets practical experience on the school 
newspaper. 

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COLOURS IV 




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Although it frightens me to be living, 

I am more afraid of death. 
And though it pains me to be breathing, 

I shall fight for my last breath. 
I was conceived with pleasure, and in pleasure 

I remained. 
Until my awareness took control — and my 

pleasures 

turned to pain. 
Like a rosebud that has withered, so is this life 

of mine 
So much I have experienced, I've grown old 

before 

my time. 
All my tasks have been completed and all my 

dreams are 

now fulfilled. 
But when it comes to dying 

I am not so highly skilled. 

Leo Shinn 



I was born in this world for a purpose. 
Along my way, I met you. 
If your presence fits into my purpose, 
Then just maybe loving you is 
my purpose. 



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To have enjoyed the sun, 

To have lived light in the spring, 

To have loved, to have thought, to have done? 




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MARCH 1976 NURSING GRADUATES 

Left To ight Fourth Row — Darlene Shoemaker, Mary McDonough, Ann Kawa, Kathryn Bowling, Jean Dotterer, Irene Rainey, Donna Bair, 
Maureen Reily. Third Row — Jacquelynne Ellis, Instructor, Darlene Olshefski. Robin Welker, Cynthia Sutkins, Rosemary Fallon, Laureen 
Varndell, Esther Allen, Jean Cunningham, Coordinator, Caryll Eck, Instructor. Second Row — Sandra Noyes, Johanna Bloom, Colleen 
Jacoby, Diana Kelly, Ann Harbot, Anna Richlin. First Row — Marjorie Hackenberg, Julie Randell, Kandi Miller, Cheryl Yaw, Patricia 
Nierle, Kim Machmer. 




STUDENT SERVICES 



March 11, 1976, a historic moment! The Student Services group meets for the last time. Organizational 
changes at WACC have necessitated splitting the group and the re-assignment of people to new areas. So, 
once more, with feeling Berry's brigade assembles; this time to honor the Dean on his coming retirement. Nowj 
like the last raft down the Susquehanna, the group belongs to history. 

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lom McNally, Cindy Sekel. 

Front: John Gribble, Nadine Hall, Irene Orwig, Grant Berry, Jr., Grant Berry, Sr., Margaret Metzger, Lucille Cohen, Bill Berkheiser Chet 
Schuman, Mike Tyson. 




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I have perceiv'd that to be with those I like is enough, 
To stop in company with the rest at evening is enough, 
To be surrounded by beautiful, curious, breathing, 
laughing flesh is enough, 

There is something in staying close to men and women 
and looking on them, and in the contact and odor 
of them, that pleases the soul well, 

All things please the soul, but these please the soul well. 

Walt Whitman 




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WACC takes one day out of a busy Bicentennial year to honor its own! 

Left Page. Founder of the Williamsport Technical Institute, Dr. George H. 
Parkes, and former president Dr. Kenneth Carl. 

Group: Dr. and Mrs. Carl, Dr. and Mrs. Parkes, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

Long. 

Tom Leitzel receives recognition from Dr. Don Bergerstock for his leadership 

role in Phi Beta Lambda. 

Robbin Schreiner receives congratulations from Mr. Joe Sick for ha'ing 

served on the National Advisory Council for Community Education. 

Bottom Left: Dean James Tule honors the retirees. Dean Bill Fritz recognizes 
the retirees. 

Above: Dr. John Bone, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Dr. and Mrs. 
Parkes, Mrs. Feddersen, and Dr. William Homisak. 

Top Right: Dr. Parkes and Professor Ramon Palmer. Mr. Palmer gave the 
key address honoring Dr. Parkes. 

Right Dr. Edmond A. Watters, III, presents awards to postsecondary teach- 
ers who retired. 



WACC 

RECOGNITION 

BANQUET 76 







Listen! I will be honest with you, 

I do not offer the old smooth prizes, but offer rough new prizes, 
These are the days that must happen to you: 
You shall not heap up what is called riches, 
You shall scatter with lavish hand all that you earn or achieve. 

Walt Whitman 




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Top Le/f. Chris Nicolosi staff photographer. 

Le/'i. Bill and Jenny Ward, advisors. 

Bottom Left. Deb Neidlinger, photographer. 

Above. Mr. Ward presents check to Neil Sardinas, winner of Montage 76 cover 
design contest. 

Below Mr. Ward and Pat Pahira work on layout. 

Right. Top Row: Von Shoemaker, Dave Shipe, Deb Neidlinger, and Chris Hinkle. 



I follow you whoever you are 

from the present hour, 
My words itch at you ears 

till you understand them. 

—Walt Whitman 




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Upper Left. Deh Neidlinger covers a cross country meet. 

Mid Left. Marc Guthrie completes an article. 

Bottom Left. Ann Carey interviews a student while Von Shoe- 
maker snaps away. 

Above. Sandy Stoddard proofs an article. Bill Pickering relaxes. 

Right Top. Miss Woolever covers an event for Spotlight. 

Mid Right. Peg Poorman gets a hot tip over the phone. 

Right. Glenda Smith, editor, puts another edition of the Spotlight 
to bed. 

Montage Above Right. Spotlight Stringers: Shoemaker, Codding- 
ton, Pahira, ditto, Peg Poorman, Cathy Hoffman, Neidlinger, 
Pickering, Sandy Stoddard. 



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Above Left: Dr. Bergerstock delivers a stirring address. 

Above: Tom and Advisor Goldfeder meet Mayor Kirby 
for proclamation citing Phi Beta Lambda week. 

Left: Award-winning, mind-boggling Mummers' parade 
float. 

Below Left: PBL president Tom Leitzel of Williams- 
port. Tom also served as state-wide presidnet. 

Below: Officers in office. Claude Caroway, Mr. Gold- 
feder, Gene Kilgus Chris Hinkle and Thomas Leitzel. 

Missing: Sue Semam., Dave Shipe. 




Right: Dr. Bergerstock demonstrates flair with scissors at 
grand opening of state PBL office. Advisor Godfeder smiles. 

Below: PBL Mousketeers. Lynn, Tom, Kaye, Claude and Miss 
Paula Grand. 

Right: President Leitzel does his "I'm a Yankee Doodle 
Dandy" routine. 

Bottom: Advisor Paul Goldfeder takes the state visiting mem- 
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Back Don Kerr, Tim Blaine, Bruce Beiderman, Jeff 
Klechinski, Dave Austin, Tom Monahan, Pat McCabe 
Front: Roy Pfeiffer, Andy Barnes, Mike Fink, Don 
Hoffman, Paul Reier. Advisor: Mr. James Pivirotto 



The Sun and Stars that float in the open air, 
The apple-shaped earth and we upon it, 

surely the drift of them is 

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Back Advisor Richard Rankinen, Martie Haner, 
Kelvin Klaas, Raoul Raoulian, Larry Weaner. 
Front: Laurie Riddell, Don Hoffman (President), 
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Dave Austen, Tom Monahan, Paul Reier, Herb Moyer, Pat McCabe. 

Middle: Greg Klock, Andy Barnes, Roy Pfeiffer, Jeff Klechinski, Bruce Beiderman, 

Bob Sherman, Louis J. Magaro, Jerome Perch, Advisor James Pivirotto 

Front: Mike Fink, Wayne DeLucy, Don Kerr, Bob Dressel, Chris Rial, Howard 

Tomlinon, Don Hoffman. 

THE OFFICERS: Jerome Perch, Advisor Pivrotto, Don Hoffman, Jeff Klechinski. 



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in the sky, 
For none more than you are the present and the past, 
For none more than you is immortality. 

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Top. Bacfc. Mr. Dennis Fink, Russ Dibble, Bob Grosse, Sam Everhart, Robert P.C. McFague, Kevin Klaas, Ronnie Bly, 

Weilminster. 

Middle: Martie Haner, Jim Benfer, Dan Merrell, Guy Henley, Doug Brown 

Front: Larry Weaner, Laurie Riddell, Shirley Pascoe, Joe Cesa, Tom Gustitus. 

Bottom. Back: Dan Roy, Joe Pearl, Charles Andrews, Gene Loepp, Mike Reader, Dean Yale, Greg Pierce. 

Middle: Mike Piccioni, Bill Forgy, Gary Goebel, Allen Watter, Cathy Vogel, Mike Finn, Judy Gardner, Sharon Holgate, 

Joan Gale. 

Front. Susan Dailey, Christy Sharmayer, Colleen Reardon, Jan Hills, Nancy Dahms, Mickey Wehrle, Gretchen Walk. 

Prone Michael McNamara. 

To Left. OFFICERS: Judy Gardner, Richard J. Weilminster, Gretchen Walk. 



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Mr. Tom Mc Connell, owner and operator of six 
Mc Donalds Restaurants, - discusses a feasibility 
study- 
Planning for a nine hour public service course on 
"What and How of Sanitation" are Kent Seitzinger 
and Phil Zechman from the State Department of 
Environmental Resources, and Bill Parker and 
Vivian Moon of WACC. 



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Penny Mann 
Sharon Moore 
Margaret Meslener 
James Owens 

Back: 

Carol Burnheimer 
Mrs. Vivian Moon 
Sharon Bennett 
Jill Merrick 



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S.M.E. CLUB 



Back: David Ott, Michael Whalen, David Graybill, Donald 
Maurer, John Whitman, Mr. Chalmer Van Horn. Middle: 
Richard Gibson, Greg Wall, Glenn Comitz, Myron Frantz, 
Michael Dixon, Linda Frazier Front: Steven Lower, James 
Rogus, Cheryl Cambell, Barry Miller, Gregory Smith, Diane 
Mills 

OFFICERS 

President, Jim Rogus 
Secretary-Treasurer, Cheryl Cambell 
|S|j Vice president, Barry Miller 
Advisor, C. Van Horn 

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OFFICERS 

President, Kathy Evans 

Vice President, Mark Crossley 

Advisor, J. Welliver 

Treasurer, Sue Brogan 

Secretary (Missing) Melissa Campion 

Back: Greg Smith, Sal Dipippa, Dave Lechniak, Don Maurer, 
Myron Frantz, Mark Crossley, John Whitman Front: Sue 
Brogan, Sue Kowalchick, Mr. Jackie Welliver, Linda Frazier 



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An era comes to an end as W ACC moves out of the Hoover Dorms. 



DORM COUNCIL 



MEN'S RESIDENCE 

Back: Russ Bellmont, John Murdick. Mid: Glenn Harrison, Ed 
Carstetter, Dave Buchanan, Mr. Dan Wolf, Advisor Front: Bruce 
Jacquith, John Hice, Kevin Heberle, Joe Cesa 



CINEMA CLUB 

GREAT FLICKS IN 76 

Joe Veloric stands holding a reel while flanked by his loyal 
club members. Beard Steve Sheehan, girl, Sharon Sheehan, 
Other: Loyal member no. 1, Loyal member no. 2, and, Loyal 
Member no. 3. 





FOOD SERVICE 



Back: Mrs. Vivian Moon, Sharon Bennett, Margaret Meslener, 
James Owen. Front: Jill Merrick, Sharon Moore Absent: Carole 
Burnheimer and Penny Mann 

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THE BAND 
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Back Row: Keith Stiger, Pete Bergey, Tom Leitzel, Bill Styer, 
Mike Day, Tim Lyne, Cory Estes, Jim Bierly. Middle: Terry 
Browse, Michelle Prunera, Louie Langley. Front Row: Teresa 
Marshall, Cris Lyne, Palmer Forbes, Barbara Weber. Missing: 
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With music strong I come, 

with my cornets and my drums, 

I play not marches for accepted 
victors only, I play marches 
for conquer'd and slain persons. 

Have you heard it was good to 
gain the day? 

I also say it is good to fall, 
battles are lost in the same 
spirit in which they are won. 

— Whitman 




Above: Game Commission 
sponsored Wildlife exhibit. 

Above Right: After three 
years of trying, the safe was 
opened in the Klump. 

Right: Raffles were every- 
where as fund raising events. 

Other Page. Dorothy Fischer, 
clinical psychologist, talked 
on matters of the mind. 

Other Page: Skate boards 
made a brief but spirited 
comeback. 

Other Page: David Steinberg 
reads from his works poetic 
and discussed the experiences 
of a poet. 

275 people did get to know 
Dennis on a snowy, blowy 
March evening. 

Mary Lee Webster, Records, 
became the bride of Lenny 
Bellott, Computer Center! 



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RAFFLE 



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SPECIFICATIONS 

FRAME Schwmn designed and manufactured 

short coupled durable steel Tubular front fork 

FRAME FINISH Sky Blue. Flamboyant Red, 

Chestnut 

WHEELS Lightweight steel tubular rims. Quick 

release hubs. 

TIRES Schwmn Approved 27 X VA inches high pressure 

gum wall sports touring. 

HANDLEBAR AND STEM Randonneur alloy 

handlebar and forged steel stem. 



CRANK SET Lightweight one-piece crank 

Schwmn Approved chain wheel-two plateau 52- 

39 teeth 

PEDALS Rat trap style with reflectors, 

DERAILLEURS AND GEARS: Schwmn Approved 

front derailleur GT 260. Schwmn Approved rear. 

Rear cog 14 17 20 24 28 teeth. 

BRAKES Center pull aluminum alloy brakes 

with dual position levers Easy ad|ustion brake barrels. 

SADDLE Racing style, 

WEIGHT 36 lbs approx depending on frame sue. 



Drawing Date : March 31, 1976 
Donation : $ .50 

WACC VARSITY CLUB 




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DENNIS 
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HAPPENINGS! 



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CROSS 
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Jim Moyer 

Jeff Keller 

Coach Harold Newton 

Dave Greusel 

Steve Olafsen 

Jim Hoffman 

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Opposite: Start of the meet 
against Delaware County Com- 
munity College. 

Right: Jerry Lacey, Steve Olaf- 
sen and Barry Dieroff after the 
race. 

Far Right: Jim Moyer places 
to keep WACC in contention. 



A season of golden af- 
ternoons and meets in the 
rain. A season of fellow- # 
ship and travel. Pushing 
the threshold of pain to 
its limits. / 



JEFF 

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ACTION? You had to be there to believe it. A bunch of former 
high school jocks put on bone-crunching, gut-busting performances 
on those late, golden fall afternoons that you get in Williamsport. 
Man. 

The champs of Fall 75, The Plumbers from Susquehanna Stree. (Top Left.) Back: 
Peach Betzko, Ben Jennings, Ed Loftus Middle: Tony Pupo, Jeff Stalhman, Greg 
Wano, Marcus Stromick, Bob Hevrich, Mark Mazonkey, Dick Luton. Front: George 
Hantle, John Krotzer, Stanley Volch, Rick Kendell, Chuck Oldroyd, Joe Muskettello 



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Right: Joe Reynolds, Keith Stieger, 
Coach Tom Gray, Dale Morris 
Skip Koser 

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FIELD HOCKEY 



Back: Cathy Van Der Meulin, Debra Gage. Linda Kuster, Sue VVentzel, Connie Force, 
Marjorie Staman, Jeanne D'Agastino. Front: Sherri Klinger. Cathy Goff, Donna 
Mase. Sonja Reeder, Kay Micklitsch, Janet Robinson, Nova Reber. 




Right. Cindy Tarr. 



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Above: The Champs, SOUTH, Chris Hinkle, Karen McFaddin, 
Kathy Spotts, Roxanne Howard, Sitting Kay Micklitsh. 

Chicks who can really play basketball! 

Left: Star Miss Kathy Spotts, South Williamsport. 




SOUTH REPEATS AS CHAMPIONS! 



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INTRA- 
MURAL 
WRESTLING 



The Winners: 

Left: 

167— Vic Beach 

185— Mike Gardner 

Unlimited — Dino Ciccozzi 

Top: 

150 — Lenny Miller 

145 — Mark Weaver 



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Top Left: BOICE'S BOYS, Back: Paul Kilmer, Mike Murphy, 
Tim Mc Mann, Dick Ambs, Chuck Weiler Front: Dave Emeler, 
Carl Boice, Bill English. 

Top: South. Roxie Howard, Cathy Spotts, Diane Farrar, 
Chris Hinkle, Linda McFadden 

Left: CO-ED Champs. Hammers. Lynn Saxton, Tim McMann, 
Dick Ambs, Chuck Wyler. Kathv Lutz, Carol Wilson, Chris 
Winkle 



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CHEER- 
PEOPLE 



Standing: 
Jo Ellen Tagge 
Terri Murray 
Gloria Dixon 
Cathy Buttons 

Kneeling: 
Cathy Hoffman 
Glenda Bierly 
Penny Gunther 



Seven 

Chicks 

Add 

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And 

Wrestling! 



WINTER 
SPORTS 






Back 

Coach Harry Specht 
Jim Carson 
Bob Hopkins 
John Tamas 
George Bryant 

Middle: 

Kris Hall 
Doug Cropf 
John Reigle 
Rick Morris 
Steve Crawley 

Front: 
Bill Hills 
LeRoy Shick 
Gary Logan 
Pat Cunningham 
Greg Mahosky 



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Back: 

Coach Max Wasson 
Chuck Boyles 
Randy Houck 
Jerry Graeff 
Jeff Diescher 
Steve Laureys 

Front: 
Jeff Budd 
Chris Yerkes 
Ray Wheeland 
John Morris 
Randy Minier 
Dennis Nyman 



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Top Right. Gloria Dixon, Jo Ellen Tagge Kneeling: 
Cathy Hoffman, Glenda Bierly, Penny Gunther 

Above: Stephanie Catherine keeps score. 

Top Left: Coach Specht enjoys a quiet minute at 
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FACULTY 
AND STAFF 




Deanna Andrews 

Community Education Secretary 

Alex Bailey 
Business Teacher 

Joanne Baker 

Health Occupations Teacher 



Dave Barrows 

Audio Visual Technician 

Frank Beatty III 
Plumbing Teacher 

Lenny Bellott 
Computer Operator 



Lee Bellott 
Records Specialist 

Dr. Don Bergerstock 
Director of Business and 
Computer Science Division 

Delmont Bergey 
Automotive Teacher 



Bill Berkheiser 
Counselor 

Bud Berndt 
Broadcasting Teacher 

Grant Berry, Jr. 
Director of Financial Aid 



Grant Berry, Sr 

Dean of Student Services 

Fred Bierly 

Teacher Computer Science 

Seth Bierly 

Teacher Machine Shop 



Clarence Bierman 
Machine Shop Teacher 

Dr. Gerald Bobango 
History Teacher 



Dr. Robert Bower 
Mathematics Teacher 

Frank Bowes 

Director of Placement and 

Student Activities 

Gleyna Bown 

Student Activities Secretary 



Bill Bradshaw 

Building Construction Teacher 

Clyde Brass 

Heavy Equipment Teacher 

Norman Briggs 
Electronics Teacher 



Charles Brooke 
Mathematics Teacher 

Joe Brown 
Automotive Teacher 

Bill Burger 
Plumbing Teacher 



Bill Chillingworth 
Personnel 

Lee Calistri 

Director of Business and Finance 

Dan Campion 

Heavy Equipment Teacher 










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Dave Clark 
Teacher Chemistry 

Ned Coates 
Teacher English 

Lucille Cohen 
Admissions Counsellor 



Lois Cohick 
Switchboard Operator 

Laura Coleman 
Librarian 

Lloyd Cotner 
Teacher Architecture 



Constance Cowling 
Secretarial Teacher 

Jean Cunningham 

Co-ordinator Health Occupations 

Bill Curry 

Teacher Diesel Mechanics 



Robert Dannelley 
Electrical Teacher 

Roger Davies 
Teacher Mathematics 

Michael Deckman 
Teacher Diesel Mechanics 



Bob Dittmar 

Teacher Mechanical Drafting 

Fred Dochter 
Teacher Carpentry 

Judy Demko 

Printing and Mailing Services 



James Dooley 
Comptroller 

Dr. Daniel Doyle 
History Teacher 

Dr. Peter Dumanis 
English Teacher 



Bill Ealer 
Architecture Teacher 

Caryll Eck 

Health Occupations Teacher 

Ben Eldred 

Heavy Equipment Teacher 



George Elias 
Welding Teacher 

Nancy Elias 
Nurse 

Jacquelynne Ellis 
Nursing Teacher 



Dan Emick 

Heavy Equipment Teacher 

Wayne Ettinger 
Horticulture Teacher 

Joan Fantaskey 
Secretary Business Office 



Dr. William H. Feddersen 
President 

Dennis Fink 
Horticulture Teacher 

William Fritz 

Dean of Administration 





Wes Franklin 

Director of Employee Relations 

Donald Flynn 

Diesel Mechanics Teacher 

Glen Getchen 
Machine Shop Teacher 



Barbara Gilmour 
Communications Specialist 

Paul Goldfeder 

Teacher Business Administration 

Tom Gray 

Physical Education Teacher 




Raymond Greaves 
Automotive Teacher 

Dick Greenly 

Teacher Business Administration 

Frank Grenoble 
Carpentry Teacher 






John Gribble 

Assistant Director of Admissions 

and Records 

Anthony Guravage 
Electrical Teacher 

Robert Hafer 
Auto Body Teacher 




John Hammond 

Director Transportation Division 

Walter Hartman 

Technical Illustration Teacher 



Helen Hasskarl 

Secretary English & Humanities 

Elizabeth Helmrich 

Secretary to Dean of Post Secondary 

Instruction 

Matthew Hillen 

Business Education Teacher 



Dr. William Homisak 
Special Assistant to President 

John Hough 
Electrical Teacher 

Ruth Howard 
Secretary to President 



Robert Hutchinson 
Masonry Teacher 

Dorothy Jessel 

Secretary Building Technology 

Nancy Jevyak 

Business Education Teacher 



Lyle Keeler 
Electrical Teacher 

John Jones 
Mathematics 

Shirlely Kelchner 
Tot-watch Supervisor 



Leota Keller 

Secretary Employee Relations 

David Kepner 

Chief Operator, Computer 





Robert Kissel 
History Teacher 

George Krause 

Division Director Building 

Technologies 

Harvey Kuhns, Jr. 
Economics Teacher 



Janice Kuzio 
Secretary Financial Aid 

Phillip Landers 

Business Administration Teacher 

John Lego 
Mathematics Teacher 



Patricia Lewis 
Mathematics Teacher 

James Logue 

Division Director English, 

Humanities and Social Science 

Richard Long 

Audio Visual Aid Coordinator 



Joseph Mark 
Architecture Teacher 

Florence Markley 
English Teacher 

Joseph Martin 
Plumbing Teacher 



Margaret McKeehan 
Nursing Teacher 

Jim McMahon 
Acountant 

Tom McNally 
Ombudsman 




Paul McQuay 

Director of Engineering Technologies 

Margaret Metzger 

Secretary To Dean of Student Services 

Dale A. Metzker 
Graphic Arts Teacher 



Donna Miller 

Physical Education Teacher 

Lyman Milroy 
Mathematics Teacher 

Jack A. Mirto 

Teacher of Auto Body Repair 



Robert Mix, Sr. 
Electrical Teacher 

Vivian Moon 

Food Service Teacher 

William Morris 

Coordinator of Developmental Studies 



Gladys Morris 
English Teacher 

Bob Most 
Psychology teacher 

George Mosteller 
Project Coordinator 




Veronica Muzic 
English Teacher 

Mabel Nevel 

Earth Science Teacher 

Harold Newton 
Graphic Arts Teacher 



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Donald Nibert 

Forest Technology Teacher 

Ed Nichols 

Director of Physical Plant 

Robert Norton 
Aviation Teacher 



Ramon Palmer 
Physics Teacher 

Bill Parker 

Food Service Teacher 

Juliann Pawlak 
Financial Aid Person 



Rod Perry 

Auto Mechanics Teacher 

Ramon Pickering 
Automotive Teacher 

James Pivirotto 
Forestry Teacher 



Frank Porter 
English Teacher 

Chris Radke 

Building Construction Teacher 

Frederick Rankinen 
Civil Technology Teacher 



Richard Rankinen 

Forestry Technology Teacher 

Beulah Reimherr 
English Teacher 

Ron Rock 
Business Teacher 



Marlin Roush 
Automotive Teacher 

Bill Rummings 
Masonry Teacher 

Richard Sahn 

Social Science Teacher 



Martin Salabes 
Electronics Teacher 

Wilson A. SantaLucia 
Custodian 

Fred Schaefer 
Graphic Arts Teacher 



Robert Schultz 

Assistant Director of Business 

and Finance and Director of 

Purchasing 

Chester D. Schuman 

Director of Admissions and Records 

Cynthia Sekel 

Clerk Typist of Records 



Steve Serman 
Admissions Person 

Fred Sharar 
Language Teacher 

Thomas Shoff 
Counselor 



Dorothy Shultz 
Secretarial Teacher 

Joeseph G. Sick 

Director of Earth Science Division 

Dr. Charles Simcox 
English Teacher 







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David Siemsen 

Director of Learning Resources 

Leroy Simpson 
Science Teacher 

Andrea Skrobacs 
Bursar 



Bob Snauffer 
Electrical Teacher 

Zane Spaide 
Aviation Teacher 

Harry O. Specht 

Physical Education Teacher 



Glenn Spoerke 
Forestry Teacher 

Barry Spunt 
Sociology 

Bill Stevens 

Heavy Equipment Teacher 



Robert Stout 
Electronics Teacher 

Robert Stull 
Electrical Teacher 



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Larue Thompson 
Electrical Teacher 

Ronald Thompson 

Director of Mathematics, Science 

and Allied Health Division 

Ray Tyler 
Business Teacher 





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Michael Tyson 
Financial Aid Person 

Rita Ulrich 
Business Teacher 

Bob Ulrich 
English Teacher 




Dr. Daryl VanderWilt 

Assistant to the President 

For Research and Development 

Chalmer Van Horn 
Drafting Teacher 

Thomas Vargo 

Director of Community Development 

and Coordinator of Physical Education 



Bill Ward 

Director of Computer Center 

Dr. Edmond Waiters, III 
Dean of Post Secondary 
Instructional Services 

Richard Weilminster 
Horticulture Teacher 



Jackie Welliver 
Drafting Teacher 

Mary Jane West 
English Teacher 

Charlie Whitford 
Computer Programmer 



Bernard Williams 
Welding Teacher 

Thomas Winder 
Computer Science Teacher 

A. Neale Winner 
Media Specialist 



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Harold Winner 
Carpentry Teacher 

Daniel Wolf 

Coordinator of Student Housing 

George P. Wolfe 
Computer Science Teacher 



Lloyd Woodling 
Mathematics Teacher 

Naomi Woolever 
Journalism Teacher 

Donald O. Young, Sr. 
Director of Electrical and 
Electronics Division 



William P. Young 
Masonry Teacher 

William P. Young, Jr. 
Computer Science Teacher 

Charles Wilkerson 
Automotive Teacher 



Sam Driver 

Diesel Mechanics Teacher 

John Mitchell 
Electrical Teacher 

Lawrence Smeak 

Chief of Campus Security 



Dale Straub 
Drafting Teacher 

Jack Watson 
Carpentry Teacher 



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RECOGNITION 



It is a rare year when three people of character and stature 
within the college community retire. 1976 is such a year! 

Dean Grant Berry has served as Dean of Student Services. 
He has been associated with Counselling, Veterans Affairs, 
Housing, Records, Admissions, and Financial Aid since 
before WACC became a community college. Yet, with all 
of these responsibilities, he will best be remembered as a 
friend of the student. Many returning graduates affection- 
ately recall being admitted and counselled by "The Dean". 
Several of Mr. Berry's proteges have joined the WACC 
faculty. 




Mr. Richard Long has been director of Audio Visual 
services. He is as well respected in the community as he is 
at WACC for his photography, movie making and interest 
in local history. Dick's career at WACC has included some 
of the school's most interesting events, including travel all 
over Pennsylvania telling the WACC story. Dick has often 
been greeted by the sons of men he recruited and taught. 
Dick has long been interested in foreign students both at 
WACC and in Williamsport. He has also introduced closed 
circuit television to the campus. 




Miss Dorothy Schultz is a teacher who has touched and 
changed the lives of all of her secretarial students. She has 
touched their lives through her personal interest in each 
girl; she has changed their lives through her devotion to 
teaching and her personal example. 

Miss Dorothy Schultz is a teacher whose students love 
her; each girl who graduates takes part of Dorothy with her. 
She is part of their lives on the job; she is part of their 
personal lives. 

Miss Dorothy Schultz is a teacher who will not be 
forgotten. 









GRADUATES 76 



We are the pioneers of the world; the advance guard sent on through the wilderness of un- 
tried things to break a new path in the New World that is ours. In our youth is our 
strength; in our experience, our wisdom. 

Melville 






THE PROGRAMS 



AB AUTO BODY REPAIR 

AC AVIATION MAINTENANCE 

AM AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS 

AT ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY 

AU AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 

BA ACCOUNTING 

BM BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 

BR BROADCASTING 

BS SECRETERIAL 

BT CLERK-TYPIST 

CB CARPENTRY AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

CC CONSTRUCTION CARPENTRY 

CO COMPUTER OPERATOR 

CS COMPUTER SCIENCE 

CT CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DM DIESEL MECHANICS 

ED ENGINEERING DRAFTING 

EL ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY 

ET ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY 

EW ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION 

FH FOOD AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 

FL FLORICULTURE 

GA GRAPHIC ARTS 

GP PRINTING 

GS GENERAL STUDIES 

IS INDEPENDENT STUDIES 

JO JOURNALISM 

MD MECHANICAL DRAFTING 

MG MACHINIST GENERAL 

NM NURSERY MANAGEMENT 

NU PRACTICAL NURSING 

OT OPERATING ROOM TECHNICIAN 

PL PLUMBING 

RT RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 

SO HEAVY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 

SM SHEET METAL 

SP SIGN PAINTING 

TD TOOL DESIGN 

TI TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATION 

TT TOOLMAKING 

WE WELDING 






Esther Allen PN 
Westfield 

Walter Allen FL 
Martinsburg 

Charlie Andrews FL 
Elizabeth 



Tim Anstine GA 
York 

John Artevich EL 
Camp Hill 

Mary Jo Atkinson RT 
Duboistown 



David Austin FR 
Corry 

Donna Bair PN 
Williamsport 

Tom Baker BR 
Blossburg 



Candy Baran CS 
Williamsport 

Steve Barr CB 
Rimersburg 

Vic Beach EL 
Hastings 




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Dennis Beachem CB 
Portersville 

Al Beavan AU 
Susquehanna 

Doug Beaver BR 
Northumberland 



Paul Becker FR 
Gibsonia 

James Begrovich GP 
Shenandoah 

JeffBenko EW 

Pine Grove 



Dave Benner GS 
Mt Pleasant Mills 

Trudy Benner BA 
Middleburg 

Jim Bense SO 
Chalfont 



Dave Beppler AC 
State College 

Philip Bergey ET 
Pottstown 

Richard Bernardin TT 
Malvern 



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Ron Bernetskie PL 
Minersville 

Charles Bickel CB 
Altoona 

Tom Bierly CC 
Jersey Shore 



David Billow CT 
Liberty 

Dave Bingaman SO 
Mt. Carmel 

Sue Black BS 
Williamsport 



Glenn Blackwell ET 
Morris 

Laura Black BS 
Liberty 

Karen Blasi PN 
Dushore 



RonBly NM 
Canton 

Nancy Bogart BS 
Muncy 

Karen Bolig GS 
Lewisburg 



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Patricia Bollinger PN 
Williamsport 

Daniel Boone BR 
Enula 

Donald Bouille AU 
Biglerville 



Nancy Bower CO 
Montoursville 

H. Daniel Bowers GP 

Mechanicsburg 

Kathy Bowling PN 
Williamsport 



Greg Bowman GA 
Harrisburg 

Timothy Boyce AT 
Wellsboro 

Chuck Boyles SO 
Rimersburg 



Gregory Braber BA 
Holland 

Jann Brenner PN 
Sayre 

Charles Bronkoski BM 
Kulpmont 




He is nowhere who is everywhere. 
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Cathy Brooks PN 
Jersey Shore 

Jeff Brown BM 
New Freedom 

Debbie Brown CO 
Montgomery 



Norman Bruce BA 
Troy 

Ralph Brumbley EW 
Oxford 

Louis Buclous MG 
Aliquippa 



Lyle Bundy GA 
Red Lion 

Jerry Burd CC 
Port Royal 

Steve Burdick CB 
Titusville 



Pam Butler BS 
Wellsboro 

Cheryl Campbell EL 
Newport 

Jim Capps SO 
Williamsport 



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Robert Cardano PL 
Huntington Valley 

TonyCarito EW 
Carbondale 

Oliva Carlson RT 
Westfield 



Tom Carter SO 
Bristol 

Nathan Case CC 
Troy 

Stephanie Catharine IS 
Jersey Shore 



Steve Catharine CB 
Jersey Shore 

JoeCesa FR 
Kersey 

Judy Chamberlain NU 
Troy 



Alma Chapman CO 
Troy 

JimChyko BA 
Bloomsburg 

Scott Clements EW 
Pine Grove 



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Sherri Clinger GS 
Lewistown 

Jim Coddington JO 
Ashland 

Randy Cohen GA 
Union 



John Confer CS 
Mill Hall 

Kerry Conner MG 
Camptown 

Larry Connor GA 
North Versailles 



Thomas Cook AT 
Cochranville 

Steve Cory AM 
Honesdale 

Bob Cotter ET 
St. Marys 



JeffCowles AB 
Williamsport 

Karen Cranmer CO 
Jersey Shore 

John Craven CS 
Turbotville 











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Dawna Crist GS 
South Williamsport 

Ray Cristan SO 
Mt Carmel 

Steve Crowley JO 
Bellefonte 



Matt Curran EW 
East Strodsburg 

Jeanne D'Agostino GA 
Hummelstown 

Nancy Dahns FL 
Ridgway 



Susan Daily FL 
Millerton 

Brad Davenport BR 
York 

Nancy Davenport NU 
North Bingham 



Jeff Davis BM 
Lairdsville 

Rick Davis EW 
Burnham 

Gary Davis TT 
Benton 




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Michael Day 
Lebanon 



Jan Deacon GS 
Montoursville 



Bill Decker 
Centre Hall 



ChinarieDecosey BS 
Waverly 

Richard Dehart GS 
Williamsport 




AnnaDenale BA 
Laurelton 

SueDerr FH 
Montoursville 

Gery Desera CC 
Elkiand 



Erinie Dettrey CC 
Shenandoah 

Barrie Dieffenbach CS 
Watsontown 

Tim Donmoyer CC 
Pine Grove 



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Joe Donnely CS 
Shamokin 

Steven Dooley BA 
Sunbury 

John Dozak CC 
Hazleton 



Ron Dremel GA 
Renova 

PatDrick NU 
Muncy 




Vance Dunkelberger CC 
Loysville 

Mike Dudas CC 
Norristown 



Charlene Eiswerth GS 
Williamsport 

Cliff Ellman BA 
New York, NY 

KenEnglert AT 
Jersey Shore 



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Tom Epting AC 
Orwigsburg 

Sharon Esterline OT 
Yeagertown 

Cory Estes BR 
Shinglehouse 



Gary Evans MG 
St. Marys 

Kathy Evans MD 
Westfield 

Wayne Evans ET 
Mifflinville 



Gene Falkowski CC 
Lilly 

Michael Fallon CC 
Warminster 

Danee Ferringer NU 
Williamsport 



Charles Filipowicz SO 
Catawissa 

Mike Fink FR 
Williamsport 

Ray Fisher GA 
Williamsport 



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Alice Fisher BS 
Williamsport 

DanaFlook EW 
Williamsport 

Howard Folmar EL 
Williamsport 



Palmer Forbes BR 
Tarentum 



Connie Force 
Loganton 

BillForgy FL 
Mcveytown 



Anita Fox NU 
Montoursville 

Linda Frazier MD 
Muncy Valley 

Christine Friant NU 
Muncy 



Wilma Froebel BT 
Williamsport 

Beth Fruit BS 
Danville 

Farley Fry CT 
Denver 





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Patricia Fuller GS 
Williamspoer 

Judy Gardner FL 
Roaring Branch 

Mike Gardner EL 
Howard 



Don Geneski 
Wellsboro 



AU 



Michael Gerrity SO 
Avoca, NY 

JaeGettig AC 
Salona 




Greg Gilson CC 
Coatesville 

GaryGoebel NM 

New City, NY 

Dave Good EW 
Davidsville 



Paula Grand BT 
Lock Haven 

Jan Arthur Grassmyer CB 
Mcveytown 

George Green SO 
Altoona 



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Joyce Gregorowiz NU 
Bloomsburg 

Steve Grissinger CC 
Orbisonia 

Sue Groetzinger AT 
Pittsburgh 



Bill Gross ET 
Danville 

Anne Gross NU 
Cogan Station 

Frank Gustus IS 
Tamaqua 




Marc Guthrie JO 
Williamsport 

David Hall GA 
Lancaster 

Drew Hampton SO 
West Long Branch 



Jesse Harris AB 
South Waverly 

Bonnie Hartman CS 
Beavertown 

Tony Hartsock SO 
Lewistown 




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Kathleen Hassinger NU 
Middleburg 

Douglas Hassinger SO 
Middleburg 

Wayne Hawley CS 
Milton 



Judy Heberling NU 
Muncy 

Debra Herald BS 
White Deer 

James Herlinger ET 
Sunbury 



Debra Hetler BR 
Montoursville 

Robert Heyrich PL 
Montclaire 

Bill Hills CS 
Renova 



Christine Hinkle BS 
South Williamsport 

Rich Hitchcock SO 
Tylersport 

Don Hoffman FR 
Shamokin 



James Hoffman CC 
Middleton 

Cathy Hoffman JO 
Jersey Shore 

Sharon Holgate FL 
Olyphant 



Edward Homanick CC 
Mt. Carmel 

Richard Hoover ET 
Milton 

Marvin Hoover CT 
Milton 



Renie Hopper CO 
Muncy 

Nancie Horn CO 
Jersey Shore 

Roxanne Howard BS 
South Williamsport 



Tom Howe PL 
Lewistown 

Barry Hunsberger EL 
Macungie 

Pearl Hunter NU 
Athens 





Dave Imler AT 
Bedford 

Peter Jacobsen BR 
Reading 

Bruce Jacquith CC 
Corry 



Keith Jarret EW 
Harrisburg 

Raymond Jendrasiak SO 
Erie 

Ronald Kabonick BA 
Shamokin 



Chester Kauffman AU 
Belleville 

Michael Kavulich BR 
Taylor 

Beth Keller CS 
Lock Haven 



Janet Keller NU 
Jersey Shore 

Jeff Keller BR 
Fleetwood 

JeanineKern CS 
Williamsport 



Don Kerr FR 
Punsxutawney 

Paul Kilmer CS 
Dushore 

EdKirchoff SO 
Allensville 




Randi Kline Co 
Selinsgrove 

Ray Kline EW 
Hyndman 

Pat Kline EW 
Nicktown 



Greg Klock FR 
Dornsife 

Benjamin Kneller TI 
Williamsport 

Kent Kohl DM 
Northumberland 



John Kolper BR 
Johnstown 

Susan Kowalchik MD 
Montoursville 

Rick Kranias GA 
Gettysburg 



Dave Krause EW 
Pine Grove 

NickKujbus CC 
Gibsonia 

Mark Lamont RT 
Hazelton 



Keevin Larson PL 
Montoursville 

Bruce Lassley CC 
Narrowsburg 

Josephine Latini RT 
Williamsport 



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Marilea Lawsori BS 
Liberty 

Kathy Leech RT 
Montoursville 

Tom Leitzel BA 
Williamsport 



Joy Leverenz NU 
Vestal 

Evalyn Lewis NU 
Shamokin Dam 

Vanessa Lewis CO 
Westfield 



Martin Lind GA 
Lancaster 

Linda Lindauer BS 
Montgomery 

Shirley Link BA 
Emmaus 



Jony Little OT 
Ebensburg 

Ed Longenberger AU 
Sunbury 

Laura Long GS 
Selinsgrove 



William Long EL 
Lock Haven 

Carla Loudenslager BS 
Mifflinburg 

Toby Lovelace GA 
Hanover 







Vince Lowry CC 
Philadelphia 

CrisLyne OT 
Meshoppen 

Louis Magaro FR 
Camp Hill 



Kathy Maiolo GS 
Montoursville 

Steve Marsh GS 
Lewistown 

Teresa Marshall BM 
Wellsboro 



Brad Martin BR 
Pine Grove 

Paul Maruska CB 
Carmichales 

Donna Mase BS 
Williamsport 



JeffMcCawley DM 
New Bethlehem 

Terrance McGlone CC 
Schuykill Haven 

Rick McGuire EL 
Ebensburg 



Marshall McKalips EW 
Montgomery 

Jerry McKee PL 
Milton 

Timothy McMahon ET 
Dushore 




CAMPUS 
CASUALS 






Randy McMullen FR 
Lewistown 

Michael McNamara FL 
Westfield 

Margaret Meslener FH 
Lewisburg 



Kevin Messenger EW 
Corry 

Greg Metzger AIJ 
York 

Lynn Meyer BM 
Trout Run 



Kay Micklitsch BS 
Ralston 

Arden Miller EW 
Port Allegany 

Louise Miller CO 
Shamokin 



Lynn Miller ET 
Mifflinburg 

Rusty Miller AU 
Carlisle 

Cindy Mitchell BT 
Lewisburg 



Steve Moll JO 
Turbotville 

Gloria Montgomery BS 
Towanda 

Sharon Moore FH 
Central City 




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Keith Morgan RT 
Allentown 

John Morris ET 
Dillsburg 

Sharon Morris NU 
Williamsport 



Linda Mosteller BS 
Montoursville 

Kathy Mowrey NU 
Shamokin 

Kathy Munro BA 
Lock Haven 



Darla Murray BS 
Mifflinburg 

Debra Neidlinger JO 
Weatherly 

DonNiles FL 
Linden 



Jim O'Connor AC 
Scranton 

Steven Olafsen CC 
Macungie 

Steve Ostrander CC 
Narrowsburg 



Jim Owen FH 
Jersey Shore 

Cindy Owens NU 
Covington 

PatPahira JO 
Ashland 






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Marc Nurin CC 
Bradenville 

KimParcells BM 
Wellsboro 

Jay J. Pearl NM 
Hanover 



John Pecone 
Hazleton 

JoAnn Peluse 
Jersey Shore 



CC 



IS 



Dennis Penman 
Bloomsburg 



AC 



Jerome Perch 
White Haven 

Michael Perry 
Shinglehouse 



FR 



BM 



Bob Petersen EW 
Northumberland 



Richard Peterman BA 
Millville 

Thomas Peterman BM 
South Williamsport 

RoyPfeiffer FR 
Linden 



Bill Pickering JO 
North Bend 

Clem Plisiewicz CB 
Mt. Carmel 

TomPlunkett CB 
Gallitzin 





Peg Poorman JO 
Lock Haven 

Liliana Posso BA 
Williamsport 

Gary Powers CB 
Bellefonte 



Dwight Proper BM 
Erie 

Michelle Prunera BA 
Troy 

Wanda Quiggel GS 
Williamsport 



John Quinby FR 
Upper Black Eddy 

TomRaber PL 
Berwick 

Dave Ramich GA 
Reading 



Jay Ranck CB 
New Columbia 

DanRasdorf EW 

Morrisdale 

Mike Redder FL 
Lewisburg 



Brenda Reeder NU 
Montoursville 

Sonja Reeder GS 
Lewistown 

John Reigle SO 
Williamsport 



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Gordon Rhinehart BA 
Jersey Shore 

Tom Rhoades SO 
Clarks Summit 

ChirsRial FR 
Swarthmore 



Tom Ricker BR 
Reading 

Fred Ripucero AM 
Enola 

Henry Rinck, Jr. EW 
Honesdale 



Joe Ringer BA 
Shamokin 

June Robbins RT 
Williamsport 

Brad Rogers EW 
Orbisonia 



Valerie Rovenolt BM 
Danville 

Alan Rowland MG 
Punxsutawney 

Neil Sardinas GA 
Berwyn 



Joe Sauder SO 
Highspire 

Lynn Saxton ET 
Troy 

TomSchatz AU 

St. Marys 



Terry Schnarrs CO 
Allport 

TimScholl SO 
Mt Pleasant Hills 

Sonya Schrader FS 
Canton 



Dennis Seace ET 
Parkesburg 

Albert Seese AB 
Cresco 

Pam Seitzer BS 
Montoursville 



We are the pioneers of the world; 
the advance guard sent on through 
the wilderness of untried things to 
break a new path in the New World 
that is ours. In our youth is our 
strength; in our experience, our wisdom. 

— Herman Melville 





Sue Seman BS 
Exeter 

Ross Shaffer TT 
Somerset 

DaveShipe BA 
Miltown 



Len Serafini BA 
Byrnedale 

Robin Shaner NU 
Hughsville 

Von Shoemaker JO 
Lock Haven 



David Shaffer BM 
Selinsgrove 

Lynne Sheatler BT 
Turbotville 

Warren Shotts DM 
Waterfall 



Sandy Shaffer PN 
Kreamer 

Craig Sheffer GA 
Mechanicsburg 

Robbin Shreiner FR 
Lock Haven 



Cindi Shaffer BS 
Williamsport 

Robert Sherman FR 
Pittsburgh 

Louis Shullman ET 
Lilly 



A boy's will is the wind's will 

And the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts. 

— Wordsworth 



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JimShultz EW 
Lock Haven 

Sarge Silfies AB 
Kunkletown 

Suzanne Simon CS 
Williamsport 



Nancy Simmons CS 
Westfield 

JohnSmelik EL 
Jermyn 

Eugene Smith DM 
Mifflinburg 



Gail Smith 


CO 


Muncy 




Jerry Smith 


BA 


Danville 




Steve Smith 


GA 


Watsontown 






The earth, that is sufficient, 
I do not want the constellations 

any nearer, 
I know they are very well where 

they are, 
I know they suffice for those who 

belong to them. 

— Whitman 



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Timothy L Smith DM 
Lewisburg 

Lenny Snelick AM 
Kersey 

Wayne Snyder EW 
Bloomsburg 



Armando Sosa Tejeda ET 
Venezuella 

Sue Spellman CS 
Susquehanna 

Dan Spotts CO 
Shamokin 



James St. John AU 
New London 

Lester Stabley AB 
McElhatten 



TomStacey GS 
South Williamsport 



Joan Staib NU 
Williamsport 

Dean Stainbrook ET 
Meadville 

Joan Stavoy BA 
Williamsport 



Joe Stavoy EL 
Williamsport 

Thomas Steinbacher DM 
Williamsport 

Neil Stevens CC 
Three Springs 



Keith Stiger GS 
Williamsport 

Sandy Stoddard JO 
Bardford 

Pam Stroup NU 
Middleburg 



TomSudetic DM 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Bill Sweeney SO 
Broomall 

Charles Swiler EW 
Harrisburg 



JoEllenTagge NU 
Williamsport 

Craig Tambeau EW 
Scranton 

Cindy Tarr PG 
Montoursville 



Karen Tarr BS 
Re novo 

LonTarr GA 
Montoursville 

JackTeeple EW 
Archbald 



JohnTinney EW 
Williamsport 

Bill Tipton MG 
Boswell 

Stephen Toroney CB 
Pottsdown 




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WesTurk CT 
Centerville 

Nancy Turous BR 
Montoursville 

William Tuttle AM 
Ulster 



John Ubert PL 
Punxsutawney 

Judith Ulmer NU 
Cogan Station 

VinceUrick SO 
Paxinos 



Kathy VanDermeulen GS 
Montoursville 

Dale Vaughn CC 
McVeytown 

Joe Veloric GA 
Broomall 



Hank Wakefoose GA 
Bedford 

Robert Wakeman AU 
Wayne, NJ 

Ann Waldman GS 
Williamsport 



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Gretchen Walk FL 
Port Matilda 

Sue Walker CO 
Hublersburg 

Kim Walker CB 
Bradenville 





GregWano PL 
Bradenville 

Rick Waters CC 
Gettysburg 

Chris Weary BS 
Montgomery 



Nancy Weaver OT 
Milton 

Roland Weaver GP 
Williamsport 

Joel Weaver BA 
Mill Hall 



Mary Weaver BA 
Williamsport 

Jon Webb CB 
Erie 

Dennis Webb CS 
Danville 



Barbara Weber BM 
Nittany 

Keith Weiler GA 
Lancaster 

BillWeimer AM 
Port Royal 



PhilWeitz EW 
Easton 

Melinda Wolliver NU 
Millville 

Jay Wenger CO 
Lock Haven 



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Harold Wesner SO 
Lavelle 

John White AU 
Sunbury 

Patricia Williams NU 
Shamokin 



Robert Williams NM 
West Pittston 

Brian Williams ET 
Millerton 

Penny Wilson MD 
Warren 



Tom Wilson CB 
Rimersburg 

Carol Wilson BS 
Millerton 

Cindy Womer CO 
Kulpmont 



Jerry Winter CT 
Muncy 

FredWrisley DM 
Troy 

Janet Yoas BA 
Williamsport 



JayYoder AT 
Allensville 

Lester Yoder DM 
Allensville 

JeffYorks EL 
Jersey Shore 




April Yost FH 
Lock Haven 

Boyd Young BA 
Lock Haven 

Charles 'Cy' Young IS 
Williamsport 



Mary Young OT 
Montgomery 

Melissa Young BA 
Linden 

Steven Zack AU 
Deep River 



Alisia Oechler NU 
Williamsport 

David Cook AU-GS 
Williamsport 

Just X. Zactley NU 
Wild Wood 



I am larger, better than I thought 
T did not know I held such goodness. 

All seems beautiful to me, 

I can repeat over to men and women 
You have done such good to me 
I would do the same to you. 

—Walt Whitman 



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